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    Posted 8 years ago

    vintagejewel
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    These are two small nippon pieces i picked up in a goodwill store for a couple dollars. I believe the one with lid is a salt cellar and second one i have no idea.Both are in nice condition and marked hand painted nippon.

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    V.RARE MONUMENTAL 13" ANTIQUE JAPANESE NIPPON CORALENE VASE 1909 US PATENT MARK
    V.RARE MONUMENTAL 13" ANTIQUE J...
    $135
    NIPPON * VINTAGE HAND PAINTED HANDLED VASE * FLORAL & GOLD MORIAGE * MAPLE LEAF
    NIPPON * VINTAGE HAND PAINTED HANDL...
    $30
    1920's Antique Hand Painted Nippon Japan Blue Porcelain White Crane Tea Set
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    $200
    ANTIQUE NIPPON HAND PAINTED CHOCOLATE SET GOLD BEADED MORIAGE, FLOWERS, ORNATE
    ANTIQUE NIPPON HAND PAINTED CHOCOLA...
    $130
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    V.RARE MONUMENTAL 13" ANTIQUE JAPANESE NIPPON CORALENE VASE 1909 US PATENT MARK
    V.RARE MONUMENTAL 13" ANTIQUE J...
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    1. maryh1956 maryh1956, 8 years ago
      Early Noritake mark- Morimura Bros 1910-20
    2. antiquarius123 antiquarius123, 8 years ago
      Both look like they have moriage details.
    3. LOUMANAL LOUMANAL, 8 years ago
      I don't think that the second one had a lid....it fit so they put it there! Still nice Nippon. RER (BOB)
    4. Braider, 7 years ago
      The little one is a toothpick holder. I have one exactly the same shape but with a different painting (I'm assuming this is very small, maybe 2" high?).

      Pretty sure the second is not a salt cellar as they tended to be flat; the "master" was larger and there would be individual cellars for each place settings. I love my little ones; then again they may be individual nut dishes but I'm leaning toward a part of a set. (Must post mine soon.) I'm wondering if the footed piece is actually part of a woman's dresser set that included a hair receiver,, a covered trinket dish, a hat pin holder, and all on a matching tray. I agree with Loumanai about the top. Does this dish have a rim that looks unfinished?

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